Byline: Farrah Naz Karim
PETALING JAYA: Ummi Hafilda Ali, who resurrected the issue of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's alleged accumulation of RM3 billion when he was in the administration with new evidence, yesterday met Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officers to have her statement taken.
Yesterday's meeting at a downtown hotel was the closest indication yet, that investigations into Anwar's 1999 Anti-Corruption Agency case seems to have been revived.
Already, in the past week, at least two key players in the 13-year-old saga have offered to help MACC should investigation into the case be reopened.
Former Bank Negara assistant governor Datuk …